Biography

Dr. Eitan Tzelgov is a Lecturer in Politics (Quantitative Methods). Prior to joining the UEA, he was a post-doctoral research fellow in the Varieties of Democracy Institute at the University of Gothenburg. His research focuses on the strategic interaction between and within political parties, with a special emphasis on their use of legislative speeches. His dissertation, "Words as Weapons: Opposition Rhetoric and Partisan Strategy", was the Recipient of the Carl Albert Award for the best dissertation in the area of legislative studies by the American Political Science Association (APSA), 2014.

All Publications

Tzelgov, E.

(2017)

Coalition oversight and blame avoidance in Greece,

in European Political Science Review

9

(1)

pp. 95-114

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Bernhard, M., Jung, D., Tzelgov, E., Coppedge, M., Lindberg, S. I.

(2017)

Making embedded knowledge transparent: How the V-Dem dataset opens new vistas in civil society research,

in Perspectives on Politics

15

(2)

pp. 342-360

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Tzelgov, E., Wang, Y.

(2016)

Party ideology and clientelistic linkage,

in Electoral Studies

44

pp. 374–387

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Tzelgov, E.

(2014)

Damned if you do and damned if you don’t Rhetorical heresthetic in the Israeli Knesset,

in Party Politics

20

(6)

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Tzelgov, E.

(2014)

Cross-cutting issues, intraparty dissent and party strategy: The issue of European integration in the House of Commons,

in European Union Politics

15

(1)

pp. 3-23

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Lindberg, S., Coppedge, M., Gerring, J., Teorrel, J., Altman, D., Bernhard, M., Glynn, A., Pemstein, D., Fish, S., McMann, K., Staton, J., Paxton, P., Reif, M., Tzelgov, E., Wang, Y.

(2014)

V-Dem: A New Way to Measure Democracy,

in Journal of Democracy

25

(3)

pp. 159-169

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Tzelgov, E.

(2011)

Communist successor parties and government survival in Central Eastern Europe,

in European Journal of Political Research

50

(4)

pp. 530-558

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